Hacker Puts for Sale Robinhood Customer Data on the Darknet

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The personal data of clients of online broker Robinhood has been put on sale on the darknet, Telegram channel “Data Leak” has reported.

The seller offers a list of 5 million emails and the full names of 2 million Robinhood customers. However, the extended data of 310 users, including name, date of birth and zip code, are not yet for sale.

We should remember that on November 3, an unknown attacker called the Robinhood support service and, using social engineering methods, gained access to the information of the platform’s clients.

According to the company, the social security numbers and bank card details were not disclosed and none of the users suffered financial losses.

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